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An inspector Calls - essay on Sheila, Please Mark watch
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Last edited by ghost88; 26-04-2016 at 20:52.
- 16-05-2015 14:21
- 16-05-2015 14:47
This is really good answer, I would think it's A/A*, personally I think you need to develop on the ending of the book. She quotes Inspector Goole about fire and blood and anguish. She says "everything we said had happened really had happened", she understands the situation clearly due to her perspectiveness, we also see that when she hears about Eva's death, she accepts her responsibility towards the suicide - "I behaved badly too." At the end, she also says getting married to Gerald is too soon after the climax.